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The SSE Arena, Belfast wish to thank all our staff, customers and artists for their continued co-operation and understanding during this unprecedented time in the interests of health and welfare of all. If you have tickets to an event that is cancelled or rescheduled, you will receive information in advance regarding this.

Rescheduled Events >>> Tickets remain valid for the new date

Cancelled Events >>> Credit card refunds are automatically refunded onto the card that was used to make the purchase. Please note that refunds may take slightly longer than normal at this time due to the ongoing situation. We would like to thank you for your patience.

ALL tickets purchased at a Ticketmaster outlet must be returned to the same Ticketmaster outlet

For a full listing of cancelled and rescheduled shows from Ticketmaster across Ireland please click here.

In Conversation with The Sopranos reschedules to June 26th 2021

In Conversation with The Sopranos Important Information from Event Organisers >>>

"Following directives issued by the government and health authorities, all theatres will remain closed until further notice. In accordance with this we have had to reschedule ‘In Conversation With The Sopranos’ due to take place on Sunday the 31st of May 2020 in The SSE Arena Belfast. The new date for this show will be Saturday June 26th 2021. All tickets purchased remain valid for this new date."

5 Seconds of Summer reschedule Belfast date

5 Seconds of Summer have rescheduled their Belfast date to April 13th 2021.

Tickets for the original date are valid for the new date.

Paw Patrol Event Information

Due to the COVID-19 situation and as a precaution to the safety of our audiences, cast and staff, the 2020 PAW Patrol Live! "Race to the Rescue" tour, promoted by TEG MJR, has been postponed to summer 2021.

If you have purchased tickets for any show on Saturday 22nd August, your tickets will be rescheduled to 1st July 2021.

If you have purchased tickets for any show on Sunday 23rd August they unfortunately are cancelled. You will be issued a refund and you will need to re-book for the new date.

80s 90s Biggest Disco reschedules to 3rd October

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Irish Government has just announced that there are to be no mass gatherings in The Republic of Ireland until August 31st, 2020.

This means that we must reschedule all Biggest disco events. New dates are as follows:

SSE Arena Belfast – 3rdOctober 2020

3 Arena Dublin – 17thOctober 2020

INEC Killarney – 30thOctober 2020

Punchestown Festival – 26thJune 2021

Leitrim Festival – 3rdJuly 2021

All your current tickets will be valid for new dates and we would ask you to stand with us through this time and hold your tickets. We are an independent entertainment company, doing so will go a long way to our survival during these challenging times.

For those who can’t make new date, we will gladly exchange your ticket for any other currently announced Biggest disco event.

More info on events and full line up can be found at – www.biggestdisco.com

Tickets exchange can be done by writing us an email to – info@biggestdisco.com up until 1st June 2020

Refunds can be requested from www.ticketmaster.ie until 12thMay 2020.

If you purchased via The SSE Arena Box Office with cash please email arenaevents@ssearenabelfast.com to request a refund.

After this date we will assume that you are happy with the new date and transfer your ticket automatically.

While we are obviously devastated that we will not be going ahead as planned, the health and safety of our audience, artist’s and staff is paramount and we fully respect the Government’s decision.

We will be back stronger than ever after this.

Thank you for your continued support as always and we will be in touch soon to as we have more information.

Many thanks

Biggest disco

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UNIBET PREMIER LEAGUE’S BELFAST VISIT CONFIRMED FOR AUGUST 13th


The postponed Unibet Premier League night at The SSE Arena in Belfast has been rescheduled for Thursday August 13.

The Premier League season - featuring the likes of Northern Ireland's Daryl Gurney, World Champion Peter Wright and world number one Michael van Gerwen - has been suspended since mid-March following restrictions imposed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The roadshow tournament had been set to visit Belfast on Thursday April 2, but has now been confirmed to be returning to The SSE Arena on August 13.

The schedule change means that Gurney will now get to compete in front of his home fans as he bids to kick-start his Premier League season - with the Derry ace sitting in ninth place in the league table following six matches.

Tickets purchased for the original league night will remain valid for the new date. Should any fans with tickets be unable to attend the new date, they will be entitled to a refund from their point of purchase.


Niall Horan has cancelled his ‘NICE TO MEET YA’ Tour including Belfast shows October 27th & 28th 2020

Credit card refunds are automatically refunded onto the card that was used to make the purchase. Please note that refunds may take slightly longer than normal at this time due to the ongoing situation. We would like to thank you for your patience.

ALL tickets purchased at a Ticketmaster outlet must be returned to the same Ticketmaster outlet.

Snoop Dogg reschedules to Saturday 20th February 2021

Due to current restrictions relating to Covid-19, the Snoop Dogg event has been rescheduled to Saturday 20th February 2021. Original tickets remain valid for the rescheduled show and you do not need to do anything to secure your booking.

Cage Warriors postpone upcoming Belfast date

Following new government measures relating to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, Cage Warriors have set a new date for Belfast.

Cage Warriors’ Belfast event, originally scheduled for May 16th at the SSE Arena, will now take place at the same venue on September 26th.

“We would like to apologise to fans who were looking forward to these events and thank them for their continued support, but May will have to be rescheduled,” said Cage Warriors President Graham Boylan.

“We are still coming to showcase your hometown fighters, but a bit later than we would have liked. More widely, we would like to assure the MMA community that as soon as the situation in Europe improves, we’ll be putting fights on at the first given opportunity.”

Tickets remain valid for the rescheduled date.

Andre Rieu reschedules show to 10th September 2020

André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra are postponing their UK/Ireland tour to Thursday 10th September 2020 because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The tour was originally expected to kick off in Belfast on 16th April.

André Rieu says: “It is with a heavy heart that we have to postpone our UK/Ireland tour, but we are already looking forward to seeing all of you in September! The well-being of our beloved fans, musicians and crew is always our top priority. We have worked very hard to reschedule all dates, as we cannot wait to come back to the UK/Ireland. I hope you will join us in September for a wonderful carefree evening full of music, dance and romance and would like to thank you for waiting just a little longer. Please stay safe and healthy! Much love!”

André Rieu Productions advise ticket holders to hold onto their original tickets as they will be honoured for the new date.

David Gray reschedules show to 23rd March 2021

Tickets for David Gray's Belfast show on 31st March are valid for rescheduled show on Tuesday 23rd March 2021.

Unibet Premier League Darts postponed

The Unibet Premier League night at The SSE Arena in Belfast planned for Thursday April 2nd has been postponed.

In the latest rearranged event due to the ongoing global situation, the annual visit of darts' biggest names to Belfast has now been delayed, with a new date for later in 2020 to be confirmed in due course.

The Premier League, featuring World Champion Peter Wright and world number one Michael van Gerwen competing amongst nine stars to claim the prestigious title, is currently on hold due to the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak.

Six league nights had taken place already during the season, with the postponed dates being rearranged during 2020.

Tickets purchased for the original league night will remain valid for the new date. Should any fans with tickets be unable to attend the new date, they will be entitled to a refund from their point of purchase.

Paddy Raff date rescheduled to 19 September 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Paddy Raff’s sold out SSE Arena show scheduled for April 25th 2020 has now been rescheduled for Saturday September 19th 2020.

All tickets remain valid for the reschedule show. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Cirque Du Soleil

All performances of Cirque Du Soleil in Belfast have been cancelled.

All ticket holders for the cancelled shows will be contacted by their point of sale regarding the refund process.

Magic of Motown reschedules show

The Magic of Motown has been postponed until Thursday November 12th, 2020. All tickets purchased will be valid for the new date and we look forward to seeing you then. Thank you for your understanding.

ELITE LEAGUE CANCELS ALL MATCHES FOR REST OF SEASON

Bosses at the ten Elite League clubs have cancelled all matches with immediate effect.

League chiefs had hoped to complete the regular season and in the wake of last evening’s government guidelines, based on the up-to-the-minute scientific advice to allow sporting fixtures to continue, that seemed possible.

League bosses staged an emergency conference call after the Government’s latest announcement on the coronavirus outbreak. Impending restrictions on crowd sizes in Scotland were an issue that was being further considered overnight.

However, since then two teams have now reported they have players in self-isolation purely as a precaution but the health and safety of our fans, players and staff has to be paramount.

In the wake of that news the Elite league has no choice but to shut down the rest of the season.

The league feels it has taken its ‘can-do, will-do’ efforts to the limit and whilst the outcome is sure to disappointment fans across the country there was no alternative in these unprecedented times.

We are confident everyone will understand the rationale behind the league’s decision.

Further announcements will follow next week.

Please do not contact the Giants office until further information is available. All updates will be made through the Giants social media and on our website.

ENDS

Steve Martin & Martin Short - Important Information

Please see statement below from Steve Martin:

Dear Belfast ticket holders,

In light of the ever-evolving situation, Marty and I have decided to postpone our Belfast show until happier times. Last night’s thrilling Dublin show turns out to be our sad farewell – for a while – to our beautiful Ireland and Scotland experience.

Refunds from point of purchase

Steve

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